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Question number: 865

» Emotion » Theories of Emotion

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Which of the following suggests that an emotion is produced when an event or object is perceived by the thalamus, which conveys this information simultaneously to the cerebral cortex, skeletal muscles, and the autonomic nervous system?

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Choice (5) Response

a.

common sense theory

b.

cognitive-appraisal theory

c.

opponent-process theory

d.

James-Lange theory

e.

Cannon-Bard theory

Question number: 866

» Introduction to Psychology » Concept and Meaning of Psychology

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Why is psychology considered a science?

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a.

It classifies mental disorders.

b.

It focuses on behavior.

c.

It focuses on human attitude and perception.

d.

It focuses on observation, drawing conclusions, and prediction.

e.

It focuses on internal mental processes.

Question number: 867

» Mental Disorders » Personality Disorder

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The antisocial personality

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a.

tends to be selfish and lacking remorse.

b.

avoids other people as much as possible.

c.

tends to be engaged with others and social.

d.

usually gives a bad first impression.

e.

is relatively easy to treat effectively by psychotherapy.

Question number: 868

» Research Aptitude » Types of Research

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The essence of the experimental method is

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obtaining direct reports from subjects about their subjective experiences.

b.

accurate calculation of correlation’s.

c.

careful measurement and record keeping.

d.

no control while finding cause-effect connections.

e.

using control to identify cause-and-effect connections.

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